Best Location to stay in Australia for an overseas student

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Australia is the 8th prevalent and awesome tourism destination in the world. It is also one of the best countries to do higher studies. The reason why students from other countries prefer to study in Australia is its affordability. Because the tuition fee as well as the cost of living is absolutely lesser than UK and USA. Another reason to study in Australia is its beautiful and safe environment. Here we will discuss about the best location to stay in Australia for the students during their study abroad program.

Sydney:

Sydney is always the first and best city to stay in. It is the largest cosmopolitan city in Australia. It is the state capital of New South Wales. It was founded in 1788 by Arthur Philip at Sydney cave. It has the first British colony in the city. It is built around Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. These are the top tourist attractions in the city. Opera House is an art centre and Harbour Bridge is the arch bridge athwart Sydney Harbour. The Harbour Bridge is nicknamed as “The Coathanger”.

Melbourne:school-australian-students-blazers

Melbourne is the capital of the Victoria State and it is the second largest city as well as the crowded city in Australia. The population of this city is 4.25 million and it is the fifth fastest growing city. It was established in 1837 by settlers in Van Diemen’s Land. It is also called as “Cultural Capital of Australia” and “Garden City”. It is well known for its changeable climate. Hence Melbourne is located in between the boundaries of cold southern ocean and hot inland areas.

We will discuss about the remaining liveable cities in Australia for a Study abroad student in our next post.

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  1. Pingback: Best Location to stay in Australia for an overseas student – part 2 | Study Abroad in Malaysia, UK, USA and Australia

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